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- Duolingo is the a very popular way to learn a language. It's free and science-based.
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- Magically speak in another language. With iTranslate Voice what you say gets translated into another language, all voice to voice.
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- SayHI Translate
- Have a conversation in two languages and easily understand each other. With a growing list of languages and dialects, you can talk with almost anyone.
- Capture text from live video stream or photo. The result turns into action: links, phone numbers, email addresses, street address and more.
- A tool for international travelers who wish to learn essential phrases. Translate you voice or connect to a live translator.
- Translate Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Point and translate, no internet required.
(Credit: Edited from St. Charles Community College)
Translating from Databases: EBSCO